ORANGE LAKE, Fla. -- In a development reminiscent of a Seinfeld episode, a 12-ounce "Big Daddy" reduced-fat ice cream cup distributed by DeConna Ice Cream Distributors here turned out to be worth 270 calories instead of the 106 claimed on the package's nutritional label. Some retailers pulled the product and the distributor will re-ship in about two weeks, when new labels are printed. "A lot of people were upset," said Joan Zeckler, a registered dietitian for Albertson's supermarkets in ...

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